The American Philosophical Association and Phi Beta Kappa are pleased to announce that Cristina Lafont, the Harold H. and Virginia Anderson Professor of Philosophy at Northwestern University, and Alex Guerrero, Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University, have won the 2022 Martin R. Lebowitz and Eve Lewellis Lebowitz Prize for Philosophical Achievement and Contribution.
The Phi Beta Kappa Society welcomed three new chapters this past spring at the following institutions: Rollins College on March 3, University of North Carolina at Charlotte on April 20, and Providence College on April 26. Phi Beta Kappa now counts chapters at 293 institutions among its ranks. ΦBK Secretary and CEO Frederick M. Lawrence […]
For the sixth consecutive year, Phi Beta Kappa is partnering with its network of local alumni associations to host Key Connections events throughout September and October.
Inspired by many Phi Beta Kappa members who have shaped the course of our nation through local, state, and federal service, the Society announces the 20 recipients of the Key into Public Service scholarships.
Abigail Fields of Yale University is the winner of the 2022 Mary Isabel Sibley Fellowship. Alexis Stanley of UC Berkeley is the winner of the 2022 Walter J. Jensen Fellowship. Both awards will be used for doctoral research in France.
Through the study of artworks by Adriana Corral, Teresita Fernández, Guadalupe Maravilla, Carlos Martiel, Sandy Rodriguez, and Juan Sánchez, Zavala explores how racialization as a violent form of social differentiation cannot be separated from the critical study of geopolitical power.
Diagnosed with autism at age five, Jory Fleming (ΦBK, University of South Carolina) struggled in classrooms designed to favor neurotypical brains. He would eventually become a Rhodes Scholar.
One of Phi Beta Kappa’s newest members from Washington College, Teresa Draves, represents excellence in the classroom and in her sport.
Through all his work at tech companies, Englebardt (ΦΒΚ, University of Colorado) has explored an interest in the intersection between content, consciousness, and exponential technologies.
Most recognized for her New York Times bestselling novel, I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter, Sánchez’s Crying in the Bathroom: A Memoir is forthcoming in July.
Graduating ΦBK from Earlham College in 2013, Conor Hall’s degree in political science and government has propelled him into Colorado’s outdoor recreation industry with additional missions of saving the environment and promoting sustainable and healthy living.